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Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club
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2016 - 2020 Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club
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Opening Times

Tuseday

8pm - 9pm

Saturday

11am - 4pm

Other Range times

available on special

occasions

David Bodel Memorial Shoot
On behalf of Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club and the Ulster Rifle Association we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who gave of their time to make this match happen, from taking the entries, preparing the required paperwork, to building the stages, the range staff on the day including the stats and of course the cook who kept the food warm during a very erratic lunch break. We also must mention the range staff and competitors who stayed behind to dismantle the stages on ranges three and four. We are pleased to tell you that a total of £1309 was raised from match entry fees after deductions for the food. A further £220 was raised by some individuals who paid an entry fee for the match knowing that they were not available to shoot but wanted to make a contribution and also some people who paid a donation well above the required entry fee. You all know who you are so we don't feel that we have to name individuals. David's wife Liz left out money that was donated in lieu of flowers at his funeral and along with the bucket collection on the day raised a further £503 . Thanks to very generous sponsorship from Mervyn Young of Young Guns, Castledawson, David Corr of Corr Tactical and some items from Double Alpha we were pleased to be able to hold a raffle on the day with the prizes distributed among the competitors and range staff. Perhaps the most exciting part of the day was when we announced that thanks to the very generous sponsorship from Mervyn Young of Young Guns ( www.young-guns.org.uk ), Castledawson that he had also put up a CZ .22 pistol to be raffled and all proceeds from the ticket sales to also go to The MacMillan Cancer Unit at Antrim area Hospital. Ticket sales on the day have raised a further £610 and it is the intention of Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club to continue the sale of these tickets for a couple more weeks before the draw takes place. Once again we would like to thank you all for taking part and supporting this very worthy cause. On behalf of BRPC & URA Many thanks, Geoffrey McBride and Sam McCrea
Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club donate and support many charities, with charity events based around shooting sports and promoting the sport of shooting. This includes one off special occasions, shooting competitions and annual competitions like BR-PC Battle of the Somme Commemoration Shoot.
©
Charity with a Bang…
Charity Work…
Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club
©
2016 - 2020 Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club
Accessibility
On behalf of Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club and the Ulster Rifle Association we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who gave of their time to make this match happen, from taking the entries, preparing the required paperwork, to building the stages, the range staff on the day including the stats and of course the cook who kept the food warm during a very erratic lunch break. We also must mention the range staff and competitors who stayed behind to dismantle the stages on ranges three and four. We are pleased to tell you that a total of £1309 was raised from match entry fees after deductions for the food. A further £220 was raised by some individuals who paid an entry fee for the match knowing that they were not available to shoot but wanted to make a contribution and also some people who paid a donation well above the required entry fee. You all know who you are so we don't feel that we have to name individuals. David's wife Liz left out money that was donated in lieu of flowers at his funeral and along with the bucket collection on the day raised a further £503 . Thanks to very generous sponsorship from Mervyn Young of Young Guns, Castledawson, David Corr of Corr Tactical and some items from Double Alpha we were pleased to be able to hold a raffle on the day with the prizes distributed among the competitors and range staff. Perhaps the most exciting part of the day was when we announced that thanks to the very generous sponsorship from Mervyn Young of Young Guns ( www.young-guns.org.uk ), Castledawson that he had also put up a CZ .22 pistol to be raffled and all proceeds from the ticket sales to also go to The MacMillan Cancer Unit at Antrim area Hospital. Ticket sales on the day have raised a further £610 and it is the intention of Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club to continue the sale of these tickets for a couple more weeks before the draw takes place. Once again we would like to thank you all for taking part and supporting this very worthy cause. On behalf of BRPC & URA Many thanks, Geoffrey McBride and Sam McCrea
David Bodel Memorial Shoot
Ballymena Rifle and Pistol Club donate and support many charities, with charity events based around shooting sports and promoting the sport of shooting. This includes one off special occasions, shooting competitions and annual competitions like BR- PC Battle of the Somme Commemoration Shoot.